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@servicebus/retry

1.0.2 • Public • Published

@servicebus/retry

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Adds message acknowledge, reject, and retry capability to servicebus messages. A MemoryStore is available for testing and scenarios where processes to not exit/restart when a message is rejected. A RedisStore is available for multiprocess and crash-oriented design, where processes purposefully crash after a message reject and restart.

Configuration:

MemoryStore

const config = require('cconfig')();
const servicebus = require('servicebus');
const retry = require('@servicebus/retry');

const bus = servicebus.bus({
  url: config.RABBITMQ_URL
});

bus.use(retry({
  store: new retry.MemoryStore()
}));

module.exports = bus;

RedisStore

const config = require('cconfig')();
const servicebus = require('servicebus');
const retry = require('@servicebus/retry');

const bus = servicebus.bus({
  url: config.RABBITMQ_URL
});

bus.use(retry({
  store: new retry.RedisStore({
    host: config.REDIS.HOST,
    port: config.REDIS.PORT
  })
}));

module.exports = bus;

message.handle

@servicebus/retry causes incoming messages to have a .handle property with three available functions: acknowledge(fn), ack(fn) (shorthand for acknowledge), and reject(fn). The callback parameter in all methods is optional.

usage

bus.listen('queue.name', { ack: true /* making this queue and messages persistent */ }, function (msg) {
  msg.handle.ack(function () {
    console.log('acked message ' + msg.cid);
  });
});

bus.subscribe('routing.key2', { ack: true /* making this queue and messages persistent */ }, function (msg) {
  msg.handle.reject(function () {
    throw new Error('message ' + msg.cid + ' was rejected. let's crash and retry');
  });
});

Install

npm i @servicebus/retry

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